Type 2 diabetes: Jackfruit proven to benefit blood sugar levels

Eating a healthy balanced diet with regular meals, three times a day is one way to control blood sugar levels.

As part of a healthy diet Bupa advises: “Include carbohydrates, such as whole-wheat pasta or potatoes in each meal and it’s a good idea to eat oily fish each week wherever possible.

“You GP may refer you to a dietician, who can advise you about keeping your blood glucose level under control.”

Over the last couple of years there has been a movement towards eating more plant-based foods, and more and more research has gone into their benefits.

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